FGLIMed 2020: Becoming Visible: Celebrating Community & Identity. I attended the Yale School of Medicine's First-Gen & Low-Income webinar and here are my key takeaways.
When it comes to taking classes in college, your professional relationship with your professor, teaching assistants or anyone else in charge is of utmost importance. Let's be honest, some things are just downright confusing and need clarification, and there is nothing wrong with that! Especially in modern times with everything online, you might need to send a couple emails to fully understand a concept
This is a great way for professors, managers, volunteer coordinators, advisors, etc to advocate your accomplishments and successes as a motivated individual.
Linkedin is a great way to connect with alumni of your post-secondary institution as well as recruiters for companies that you may be interested in working at. In this article I'll outline a couple of ways to go about obtaining a professional mentor to help you achieve your professional goals.
One of the most important decisions you'll make at the beginning of your college career is choosing a major. Here, you'll better understand how to go about choosing a major that works for you.
We don't all learn the same way and that's completely okay! While taking notes on lecture might be sufficient for your roommate- you might benefit from drawing out concepts. The point is it is crucial to find out, sooner rather than later, what works best for you.